Dune HD Media Center App - SMB Server
Dune HD Media Center includes a built-in SMB file server which provides access to connected storage devices and internal memory from local network.
Because of certified Android TV solution (and Google security requirements), SMB server uses so-called "non-privileged" port, and supports SMB 2.x/3.x protocols only (very old SMB 1.x protocol is not supported).
The used port number is 10445 (instead of standard port number 445).
So, to connect to this SMB server, you need to connect to it directly by IP address and specify the port number manually. On Windows PC, you need to setup port forwarding. See below for the details.
Dune HD media players, when using latest r21 firmware versions, will find SMB server built-in into Dune HD Media Center app automatically, so you can just use the "Network Browser" function in "Sources" menu.
Also, you can enter "IP:port" into "Server" field when configuring a network folder manually.
Option 1 - if you need to keep the SMB server built-in into Windows, then you need to setup a virtual adapter:
Launch "Add Hardware" wizard. For example, in Windows Search, type "hdwwiz". After that, choose: Add Hardware / ... manually select ... / Network adapters / Microsoft / Microsoft KM-TEST Loopback Adapter
netsh interface portproxy add v4tov4 listenaddress=10.10.10.1 listenport=445 connectaddress=192.168.1.243 connectport=10445
Option 2 - if you do not need an SMB server on Windows, you can use the following simpler procedure:
sc config lanmanserver start=disabled sc stop lanmanserver
netsh interface portproxy add v4tov4 listenaddress=0.0.0.0 listenport=445 connectaddress=192.168.1.243 connectport=10445
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